I cannot open word files, when i double click on them. It opens word, but not the file. If i am logged onto the machine as the administrator of the local machine i do not have a problem. Office version is 2003If you are able to open Word, the application, try opening the files by using File-Open (Ctrl-O). Navigate to the location of the desired file(s) and click on them.Richard, Thank you for replying. I know i can do that. But why does it not open the document that i double click ? I want to be able to double click on a word document and have it open, without having to take a
from Office 2000 SBE updated through Microsoft to currents standards. Three users are on my home computer. Two users have successful access to Word and have no problem using the program; the third user cannot access Word and starting Word for this user either produces an error message that Word needs to shutdown, or a blue screen error that restarts the computer. Outlook and Excel are operating properly, but Outlook can not use Word as the e-mail editor. Notebook and Wordpad operate normally.Try renaming the Normal.dot file to Normal.old for the user that has this problem. Note
I need to modify a template, but I cannot access the Application Data folder. When I do a search for the folder, the computer can't find it. I only see it when I go to file open and open the template that way, but then I can't save the changes with the same name as the open template.The Application Data folder is marked as hidden. To see it or anything under it, start Windows Explorer and go to Tools > Folder Options >
all of a sudden, I cannot access my word files. says i have performed an illegal operation. I reinstalled the programs, but it did not helpLikely, it's your normal.dot file. http://www.officearticles.com/word/about_normal_dot_in_microsoft_word.htm ******************* ~Anne Troy www.OfficeArticles.com www.MyExpertsOnline.com
and even more virtual. Font in question is Times New Roman. Anyone seen this?? All other Office XP products are working fine with old files that were moved.Terry If you are using Norton Anti Virus, open up NAV and disable the office plug-in under Options menu. -- Terry Farrell - Word MVP http://www.mvps.org/word/ Just installed new computer and cannot read Word documents moved from old computer. Old computer was runing Windows XP-Pro and Office XP-Pro. New computer is running Windows XP-Home and Office XP-Pro. When I open old documents, I get: Insufficient memory or disk space
All of a sudden I cannot open Word. All other programs in Microsof Wlrks Suite 2001 work find. I have tried the repair option on the disk that came with my computer. It said it worked, but the problem persisted. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Word but nothing helps. My computer system tools all say that I have 80% memory free. I have run all the defrag and cleanups and dumped temp. internet files. I have some problems with Internet explorer and often have to use Netscape to access web sites. I don't think this is related, but who knows? I am not online when trying to open
and running without a hitch, but about two weeks ago, I suddenly found myself unable to open Word, regardless of if I tried to access it through a shortcut, through the Start Menu, or by opening a document. (It locks up on a mostly gray screen with the Word box, and will stay that way indefinitely until I force the application to close.) When I try run Word in Safe Mode, I get the following error: "The program associated with the selected template cannot be started, or the program cannot use the supported template." In the last week I have used the repair function on the
Using Windows 98 I cannot access "My Documents." I can get the screen with icons for all documents, but, when I click an icon & then click "Open", I get no farther than the Word 2000 screen "This product is licensed to " when the computer freezes. I tried unistalling and reinstalling Word, but with no great success. Help would be greatly welcomed. Thanks,FrankFrank See http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/AppErrors/ProbsOpeningWord.htm
i cannot open word or any documents in word. a message comes on the screen that either says: "System is busy waiting to close program", or "this sytem is dangerously low in resources. Would you like to terminate the following application?", or "WIN Word (not responding)." Then the whole computer locks up, and i have to shut down and restart the computer. What can i do? thanks leeThis could be caused by a corrupt Normal.dot or a virus. I'd start with a corrupt Normal.dot first. Locate Normal.dot and rename it to OldNormal.dot. Word will create a
I cannot access word files. When I do try the system tells me that it is not available. Even when I save a new file, I cannot retrieve it. Any ideas?I am getting this same error message. It seems that all of the Office products are having problems opening files. I have tried uninstalling, rebooting, and reinstalling. I created a new user and tried saving a document with the new user and still the same problem. I deleted the normal.dot file under c:\Documents & Settings\<user name>\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates (think this is the path, can'
;#39;t complete, said I had to pick another day. After talking with tech support at CDW, they think I may have a virus due to the fact that I cannot access Norton utility as well as Word docs. I did email a doc to another computer and it opened it fine. I do weekly AV scans, as of last Friday nothing was found .Hi, I am having the same problem, Word worked fine before I removed Norton's and I began using another Virus program. Word is a very important as I use it to create a newsletter and my deadline is approching fast. Janey it from the start and it didn't with
not able to move it or copy it either. This partition is running on XP : > : : > : The odd thing is that I can access the documents with word 97 which is : > : running on windows 2000 on an other partition. : > : : > : : > : Please any help? : > : : > :Thanks for you suggestion. But I have tried that about 25 times and it is not working it gives me an error that explorer cannot execute this attribute. You might have any other suggestions? samIf Windows is refusing to change the attribute, either you do not have permissions or you have
I cannot save word document. When I click "File" I lose the document. Message says Word has encountered a problem and needs to close. Excel is fine. Word was originally successfully loaded and used for 2 years. AnyTry downloading the latest patches for Word.
Limited user account (Windows XP) can access Word but "Spelling and Grammar" function is grayed out (unavailable). Administrator account has access to full functionality of Word. How do I as the administrator grant full Word access priveleges to limited users?See if this article helps: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=257643
it now? I then have to cancel this, but after I do, I have had no problem access Word. Now I cannot even open Word. I get the error message: "Error 1706. Setup cannot find the required file. For other potential solutions to this problem, see C:\ Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\1033/SETUP.HLP. This site was not helpful to rectify the problem. My setup disk is not corrupted. I have had my laptop for over a year and have never had this problem where I cannot get into my Word program. Thank you.See http://support.microsoft.com/?id=297834 "You receive an &
Since installing Windows XP, I cannot print Word documents. I'm having no problem printing html pages and emails, but when I try to print Word documents, they are so faint and so imcomplete that they aren't legible at all. I also can no longer use my HP printer's toolbox. A message comes up saying it has been corrupted. I downloaded the driver from the HP website, but that didn't work.Due to the faintness, you should probably check to make sure you haven't run out of ink. There is a chance that it's
all previously fine, but suddenly cannot attach word documents to email - either in hotmail , outitgoes, etc. error message appears after v long time saying may be a problem with file name . but these are the samke as before problem. excel files will attach fine As you are using Hotmail, this issue would be nothing to do with Word.
I just upgraded to Word 2003 and now I cannot access any of my Word files. The message window says "file unavailable". How can I access my files? Any help is appreciated.If you have Norton AntiVirus installed, disable its Office Plug-in.
cannot install word 2000 on my computer using windows xp home.Have to use disk to run word from CDCan you expand on what you mean by can not install Word 2000? Do you encounter any error messages? If so what are they?
well. spell check within the tools menu works fine if you hit F7 and don't try to go through the menu. Also the standard toolbar is not accessible. I've tried detect and repair through excel and it completed with no change.Possibly a virus or worm, but see http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/MissingMenusEtc.htmHmmm, i thought so but the problems STARTED a day after I upgraded my anti-virus from v9 to v10 of symantec corporate edition and deployed through organization. New computers are daily seeing the issue in a seemingly growing 'disease' like fashion. Don&